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Our group had a rickshaw tour through this area (I'm pretty sure it was this one). Going through the Hutong gives you a taste of what life is like for many people in this city. Our main guide for Beijing spent her childhood in a...More
This tour was interesting in that you get a sense of how life was in olden times. We got some great information in relation to how the courtyard buildings are organized and the meaning of the doors. Interesting
We had an organised group tour using the rickshaws and they took us through breeze block constructions which had no character at all. Stopped to look at a gate and then had tea with a local family - that was good. Find a better example...More
If you have heard about the good & bad of Hutong(s) of Beijing, then a CULT connection may lead you to a wonderland of something "unexpected"...Due to a numerous of inquiries about the Hutong through our tour guide (as I'v heard and read about even...More
We visited with some friends as this area was presented to us as a historic part of Beijing that we should not miss. The government is building homes and fixing areas and trying to draw tourists. We took a pedicab or rickshaw ride and our...More
I visited the Hutong area through a travel agent on the cycle rickshaw. The area it self did not interest us much as this is an village kind of area within a big city. Similar areas you can find many cities in India, but if...More